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Archive for July 2018

Resume Do’s and Don’ts

Resume Do’s and Don’ts 1

When was the last time you made changes to your résumé? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employees spend an average of four years in their current role. If you haven’t switched jobs in a while, your résumé content and format might be out of date. Here are a few do’s and don’ts to update your résumé.

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Stay Secure with Mobile Banking

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Mobile banking apps can save time as you won’t need to go to the bank to make a deposit. However, you might have some questions about the security of banking on your phone. According to a study from the U.S. Federal Reserve, 24 percent of respondents felt somewhat unsafe about their personal information when using…

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Best Songs for Sunsets

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There’s no better time than July to catch a beautiful sunset. With longer days, it’s easier for more and more people to catch one. Here are a few great songs, based on your activity, to play as you watch the sunset.

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Wicked Wicker Projects

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Have you ever thought of creating your own beautiful shelves or chairs? Wicker basically involves twigs usually made of willow and is extremely durable if cared for correctly. Making your own wicker items can be a bit time-consuming, but can save you a lot of money. Here are a few tips to help you get started, along…

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Instagram Stories & Business: What You Need to Know

Instagram Stories & Business: What You Need to Know 6

Instagram stories are an increasingly popular way to tell a story to younger audiences. According to social media management tool Sprout Social, approximately 71 percent of U.S. businesses use Instagram. Over 1/3 of all Instagram users publish stories, according to MediaKix. Here are some things you should know…

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How Bosses Can Inspire Employees Every Day

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A great team starts with a great leader. Think of it this way: How would an MLB team make it to the World Series without great leadership? Your employees’ success begins with how you inspire them to do great things. Here are a few ways you can inspire your coworkers and employees.

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Shareable Picnic Recipes

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July is National Picnic Month! Picnics are a great way to keep in touch with old friends or get outside on a beautiful day. Sharing a recipe is a great way to get people to try new things. Here are some picnic recipes meant for groups of 4 or more.

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Keep Your Laptop Charger in Great Shape

Keep Your Laptop Charger in Great Shape 9

Have you ever been away from home with a broken laptop charger? There’s no worse feeling than not knowing where to go to replace it. If you tend to break them regularly, there might be a few things you can do to prevent it from happening again. Here are some suggestions.

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The Office Café

The Office Café 10

Does your office contain a coffee pot that is barely used or washed? If this sounds like your workplace, then it may be time to reevaluate what everyone drinks. Many employers are offering options that mimic coffee shops, everything from decadent hot chocolate to refreshing green teas with a comfortable seating area…

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